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that is our report. as always we appreciate your time. i'm dan ashley. >> and i'm ama -- ama daetz. thank you for joining us. on "jimmy kimmel live," andrew garfield. >> have a great night. ojis, smi face emojis, they're all over the place. the question is, do they actually qualify as art? the answer, according to some, is up ahead in "the mix." but first, a moment we
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haven't seen until now when police first encountered the man now charged for leaving bombs in the new york city area. hear what they said to each other straight ahead. also, check out our behind the scenes picks on instagram. we'll take some during the break. abcwnn. you're watching "world news now." you're watching "world news now." that cough doesn't sound so good. well i think you sound great. move over. easy booger man. take mucinex dm. it'll take care of your cough. fine! i'll text you in 4 hours when your cough returns.
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filed against inmates that were involved in this jailhouse brawl in chicago. take a look at this. officials took video of one of three fights that broke out around the same time inside the cook county jail. two correctional officers and 20 inmates injured as a result of this. investigators are trying to figure out whether tuesday's fights were coordinated by inmates. and we're getting our first look at another piece of video of the new york city bombing suspect just before he was arrested. >> yes. so the images are coming from a police body cam, and they show rahami sleeping outside a neighborhood bar in new jersey moments before he would open fire on those police officers. here's abc's linzie janis. >> reporter: police body cam video capturing new jersey officers responding to a call about someone sleeping in a doorway. >> sir, you can't be sleeping on somebody's door. >> reporter: after calling out to the man, they get out of the car to investigate. >> what's your name? mohammed. >> what's your last name? >> reporter: that's only part of his name. the man is bombing suspect
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ahmad khan ra heemy. >> where do you live? >> i'm homeless. >> reporter: the officer continues to question rahimi, and then they radio other units. >> any other units can head this way. >> reporter: that's where the portion of the body cam video obtained by abc news ends. >> shots fired. shots fired. >> reporter: bystanders capture what happens next. a shootout. he attempts to get away, gun in hand. >> that's the bomb suspect right there. look at him. >> reporter: the next time you see him, he's surrounded by law enforcement. he's shot seven times. he's taken to the hospital. two officers injured in the fire fight. police tell us the rest of the body cam footage is now evidence in the case against rahimi. he's pled not guilty to multiple charges. linzie janis, abc news, new york. >> he's actually facing some seven charges in connection with the incidents in new jersey and
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new york, including one of federal charges of using weapon of mass destruction. he hasn't pleaded to that one just yet. >> it's very important to get someone like that into custody to get information from them and shows effectiveness of legal techniques to bring suspects in >> needs to be used more often. coming up, why a pilot was escorted off a plane by police moments before takeoff. what prompted officers to call the cops forcing a delta jetliner to be delayed for hours. and what we're learning now about this incident this morning. first, just ahead of the busy holiday shopping and travel season, getting smart about keeping your home safe from intruders. can your doors pass the bump key test? you're watching "world news now." >> announcer: "world news now" continues after this from our abc stations.
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♪ all right. that song makes sense in a second. according to the fbi, a home burglary occurs somewhere in this country every 13 seconds. despite violent crime going down, property crime is on the rise. >> thieves are getting smarter than ever before. often armed looking for vulnerabilities in your home you have never thought of. here is abc's paula faris. >> reporter: it's a chilly home invasion caught on video in florida. children are fast asleep on couches, a burglar calmly walking around scouting for things to steal. eventually taking a child's cell phone. his accomplice and lookout armed with a gun at the door. in boston, another home invasion
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caught on camera, a college student beat and robbed at gunpoint while his girlfriend watched in horror on facetime. >> they were going to blow my head off if i was not quiet. >> reporter: man allegedly attacking a woman. >> i woke up to him with his hand on my mouth and nose and strangling me with the other hand. >> reporter: according to the fbi, there were a million home burglaries last year. we've shown you the many ways potential thieves could break into your home. there's a wakeup test for one homeowner looking for easy entries people overlook. >> there was a ladder in the garage that i was going to use to get into the house. >> reporter: a ladder and high-tech help was all he needed. >> i took a gps, put it on the car, and so this way i can track her. >> reporter: the former detective showed us how easily thieves can use bump keys to get into a home. >> so these are bump keys we just ordered online. cost us 50 bucks for this whole
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set. >> there we go. >> usually used by lock smiths, these keys mimic the action of real keys. since our experiment, these homeowners switched to bump proof locks. in the last check, this detective reminds gio and homeowners about the obvious. >> securing low basement window, and putting old cell phones to good use. >> what we recommend is an outdated old cell phone, which still can get 911. >> paula faris, abc news, new york. we learned more tips that you can use if you're away from home. turn off your garage door opener at this time and also keep your car alarm near your bed while you're sleeping at night and that can help trigger
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the thief to go away. >> that's a good idea. >> i'm a fan of having someone house sit for you. >> assuming they leave. >> yeah, got to go.
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lasts 12 hours? start the relief. ditch the misery. let's end this. ♪ all right. time now for "the mix." >> absolutely. >> here's a question. do you think emojis are art? >> yeah. especially like, that one, that's cool. >> they have now acquired all of the original emojis. it's 176. these were created by the japanese in 1999. they were released to japanese cell phone users to communicate their emotions over text message. they are really super tiny. these were 12 by 12 pixels, but not that i know what those mean. now, of course, they evolved, and now there's kimoji and so many more. they were created as a way to insert emotions into an impersonal way of communicating. >> i had no idea the emojis had
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been around that long. >> you would have to be a really early adapter in the '90s. >> i just started this year. this cute scene here of a penguin getting all dressed up. you think they are already dressed up, but they are not all in good shape. feather loss is a common thing, so the folks at seaworld, they found this special costume there, they constructed a wet suit so that she can stay warm, particularly when swimming in water. >> could they not make it a little more fashionable. >> the other penguins are literally wearing god-given tuxedos. >> this one is being judged a little bit by the others. i'm wearing hugo boss who are you wearing? >> exactly. it's a good look. it's evolving. all right, speaking of appropriate attire, what do you think you should be wearing if you're going to go ride a
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mechanical bull? >> wow. >> probably not your church clothes? and one man thought he was going to wear church clothes, and he was going to church or on the way back from church, he was a professional, from hampton, virginia, and he decided to have a quick ride while i'm all dressed up. >> that's not riding. he's full on -- he looks like river dancing up there. >> a surfer. needs an emoji for this guy. >> impressive. i can't ride a bull sitting on it. much less what he's doing. >> you tried? >> i have. not good at it. there is one restaurant in queens, burger king, that has won halloween already. take a look. they put a tarp over the restaurant itself making it seem as if it was a mcdonalds. underneath, it's a burger king. people went in, bought different sandwiches that said mcdonald's.
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this morning on "world news now," italy on alert because of damaging new earthquakes and dozens of aftershocks. buildings crumbling and rocks falling into the streets, slowing aide workers as they move into the quake zone. new details as daylight reveals the damage straight ahead. 12 days to go in the race for the white house. hillary clinton hitting donald trump hard in a visit to florida. trump with tough words of his own about what should be done to fight isis. that's just part of his exclusive interview. with our george stephanopoulos. new this half hour, living to tell the tale, a surfer speaking out about the moment he was attacked by a shark. what he did to fight it off and how others helped save his life. a big surprise from american olympic legend, michael phelps,
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something we never knew about him while he was swimming and winning gold at the games in rio. that's ahead on "the skinny" on this thursday, october 27th. >> announcer: from abc news, this is "world news now". good morning, everyone. i'm mara schiavocampo in for diane this morning. >> i'm kendis. we're starting this half hour starting overseas, and the damage from two earthquakes that rocked central italy. take a look. they were powerful enough that sent debris into the streets. >> residents sleeps outside fearing more quakes. the worst hit area appears to be the town where the church suffered major damage. >> aftershocks follow a quake back in august leaving nearly 300 people dead. abc's jennifer ekle ston reports from italy. >> reporter: churches crumbled in central italy and terrified residents ran into the streets as multiple earthquakes struck just after night fall. the first quake, 5.5 magnitude,
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and then just two hours later, a more powerful 6.1 magnitude aftershock. centuries old buildings with holes punched straight through, huge boulders blocked roads, slowing search and rescue teams elderly residents going street by street. the major of the town calling the situation apocalyptic. the tremors striking the country just two months after a powerful 6.2 earthquake in the same region killed nearly 300 people. we felt it in rome. some 60 miles away. right now, darkness and heavy rains are hampering rescue efforts. jennifer ekle ston, abc news, rome. >> now, the only casualty from that quake so far was a 73-year-old man who died of a heart attack apparently brought on by stress. turning to the race for the white house, both candidates scrambling to sway voters in
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those battleground states. >> trump detoured to washington for the grand opening of his new luxury hotel, and numbers from florida show he's two points ahead of hillary clinton. a statistical dead heat. nationally, clinton is still leading. abc's cecilia vega is on the campaign trail. >> reporter: hillary clinton is the one lobbying attacks against her opponent being off the campaign trail. >> donald trump is taking time off the campaign trail to officially open the hotel. >> reporter: clinton on a florida blitz counting down the days -- >> you know, with 13 days left in the election, we cannot stop for a minute. no complacency here. >> reporter: donald trump calling florida a must-win, and that new poll showing just how tight the race here is, clinton now leaving nothing to chance. after three days of early voting, more than 2 million people casting ballots. that's up 10% from 2012. so far, republicans and democrats heading to the polls in even numbers.
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clinton's team says more latinos than ever are turning out. a good sign for them. team trump pointing to long lines as proof of their strength. this is a line of people just waiting to vote here in palm beach county, stretching down the side of this library. clinton also took a break from campaigning to attend that adele concert, a birthday gift to herself, plus, this gift from the singer on stage. >> don't vote for him. that's what i say. i support hillary clinton. >> reporter: on her 69th birthday, aides surprising her with a cake, and supporters in florida breaking into song. and the clinton strategy now to hold their final few rallies near polling places so when the events are over, they encourage supporters to vote to lock the
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votes in early. cecilia vega, abc news, miami. >> one more note from the campaign trail. the muslim-american gold star dad who found himself in the center of a public feud with donald trump is now campaigning tr clinton, speaking in virginia, khizr khan accused trump of peddling hate, slamming trump as un-american and unfit to lead the military. >> trump continues to insist that he knows more than the country's military leaders. >> yeah. the republican nominee headed straight to north carolina last night where he unveiled a so-called new deal for african-americans designed to revamp struggling communities, and earlier he sat down for an exclusive interview with abc's george stephanopoulos, boldly criticizing the operation in mosul. >> let's talk about mosul. you sent out a tweet that the operation was a total disaster. the defense secretary says they are making progress, encouraged by the progress. former dean of the army war college says this shows trump doesn't know a damn thing about military strategy.
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>> the army of war college, lets me tell you, the element of surprise. i've heard about mosul for three months. we're going to attack, meaning iraq attacks with us why do they talk about it? don't talk about it. element of surprise. one of the reasons they wanted mosul, they wanted to get the isis leaders they thought were in mosul. those people all left. as soon as they heard they were going to be attacked, they left. the resis -- >> 35 have been taken out. >> the resistance is greater now because they knew about the attack. why can't they win first and talk later. why do they have to say three months before the attack that you're going in. you can tell your military expert that i'll set sit down and teach him a couple things. >> one military experts show he doesn't know a thing about military strategy. we'll have more about the interview and discussion with trump and hear more from the family coming up later on "good morning america."
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en update now on the national guard soldiers who are being told to repay thousands of dollars in bonuses. defense secretary ash carter has ordered repayment efforts be suspended. carter says not all soldiers given the bonuses didn't know they were not supposed to get them. they are looking for a long term solution. a surfer who nearly lost his leg to a shark is opening up about his frightening ordeal. joseph tanner was straddling his surf board off the coast of oregon this month waiting for that perfect wave. that's when he says something grabbed his leg and pulled him under. >> i remember being underwater and seeing the gills, but i don't know how far underwater i was. again, i just literally saw this much of the shark, and it was really hard and the skin was super rough, like grainiest sand paper in existence. >> wow. tanner broke free by punching the shark in the gills. good for him. he's recovering from a bite
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measuring 26 inches from the upper thigh to his ankle and six inches deep. the good news is after physical therapy, he's back on the board. we wish him a prompt recovery. >> all in tact, very fortunate there. just in time for deer hunting season. arby's serving up something you've never seen in a fast food restaurant before. venison. >> indeed. i never have. the new venison sandwich will be made from 100% free range grass fed deer meat served with onions and berry sauce. >> served at 17 arby's and six deer hunting states from halloween to november 27. >> there is a catch. the sandwich will only be available for three days at each location and will not be there during any of those three days. plan your venison fix accordingly. i'm going to skip that one. >> plan your vacation, get it down to a certain time, a few
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days. >> not really into venison. some are not reacting to the news very well. for example, this deer. why would he? in northwest, indiana, making his own protest when it slammed through a window, like, i got your venison. >> the restaurant owner dodged the deer while it scrambled around. this happened at breakfast. monday morning. the deer did not end up on the menu, thankfully, it escaped through another window and it must have known about arby's. >> yeah. not having it. this is all for my deer brothers and sisters. >> my deer brother and sisters. >> get it? >> all right. coming up in "the skinny," martha stewart and snoop dogg. more than you ever thought you would hear from them. >> little tmi. >> a wing suit trip in the alps, and it did not end well. >> a pilot going through preflight checks in the cockpit until being pulled off the plane. the dangerous reason why. that's coming up. first a look at today's forecast. snow in northern new england and new york.
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hang tight looking at this high flying stunt that went incredibly wrong. eric dos-santos, an active duty serviceman from san diego wearing a wing suit soaring at more than 90 miles an hour. >> wow. >> yeah. flying just above the tree tops crashing into a tree. suffered a head injury, a broken bones as well, and friends started a go fund me account to pay for his medical bills. >> poor guy.
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little adventure gone wrong. hopefully he'll be back up in the trees -- no in the air in no time. >> yeah. police in south dakota may have prevented what could have been another mid-air disaster. this one much more serious. >> a commercial pilot arrested, taken into custody in the cockpit of a passenger plane moments before takeoff. >> authorities say he was too drunk to fly. here's abc's david crurly. >> reporter: the regional delta jet liner took off hours late after the arrest of that pilot. the tsa officer noticed the smell of alcohol and notified rapid city police. the 38-year-old was in the cockpit for the 8:30 a.m. flight when police boarded, taking him into custody, but so far police have not released his blood alcohol level. the 45 delayed passengers -- >> i'm perturbed just for the absolute ignorance of one person could have messed up a lot of people's lives. >> reporter: finally headed to salt lake city when a replacement pilot took over the jet.
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sky west operating the delta jet apologized, adding the crew member has been replaced on administrative leave and removed from flying duties while the incident is investigated. pilots face a stricter standard of blood alcohol level of .04 being illegal. still, as we've seen, like this incident on a tarmac, on average, once a month, a pilot is arrested. potentially facing federal charges. like former jetblue pilot, dennis murphy. >> did you put 270 passengers at risk? >> no comment. >> reporter: wednesday's incident, the pilot was in the cockpit taking part in the pre-flight check when police arrived. he's now facing operating an aircraft under the influence charges. david kerley, abc news, washington. all right. when we come back, what we're just finding out this morning about michael phelps. and ben affleck goes full boston. boston. >> sorry. okay. >> special election message "the skinny" is coming up next.
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>> announcer: "world news now" cont
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♪ skinny, so skinny we start "the skinny" with breaking celebrity wedding news. >> it's actually old news. >> but -- >> not like the weekend? >> but -- >> breaking to us. old news in that we're learning.
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olympic gold medalist michael phelps quietly tied the knot with former miss usa nicole johnson. >> but the wedding happened on june 13th in paradise valley in arizona. >> the couple announced engagement last year in february. welcomed their son, boomer, this may, and a few months later, johnson and boomer were in rio to cheer dad on at the olympics. >> the announcers talked about the fiance in the stands cheering him on, but what we heard about the wedding because "people" magazine got a copy of their marriage record. >> even in today's social media age, it is possible to keep a big secret. congratulations to the two of them. good for them for not raiding it in front of the world. >> yes, i do feel gypped though. >> speaking of wedding parading, kim kardashian emerged from seclusion three weeks after the robbery in paris forced her behind closed door putting the show on hold. >> a spokesperson from e news that full production of "keeping up with the kardashians"
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has resumed. >> thank god. >> really? >> we can all breathe a sigh of relief. >> kardashians, she's been radio silent on social media since the $11 million jewelry heist in her paris hotel at gun point. >> the family says she's badly shaken up, no suspects arrested, and an investigation is ongoing. i actually do love the show. it's my guilty pleasure. >> i do too. >> oh, yeah right. >> i dvr it all the time. >> go ahead. two weeks to go before the presidential election, ben affleck is urging new hampshire residents to get out and vote. >> he goes full new england in a beard, flannel and a vest and boston accent to urge voters in the live free or die state. >> seeing how this election is a bigger disaster than the new york knicks, the people of new hampshire have to register to vote, otherwise this whole [ bleep ] nation will be cursed. >> oh.
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i don't talk about curses -- don't put the word curse in the teleprompter. take it out. it's supposed to be funny. there's jokes and there's curses. >> don't joke about curses. >> that's what some fans of batman said he did to the franchise. >> oh. >> because he's from boston, new hampshire is his kid brother. finally, never have i ever seen in addition so funny on ellen. >> with a anna kendrick, snoop dog and martha on the couch, ellen played a round of never have i ever -- >> i know nothing about the game. the third question, never have i ever sexted, and here's what happened? >> martha, you sexted? do you know what that is? >> i have used technology for a lot longer than you have, ellen. >> all right.
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to who? someone current or awhile ago. >> it doesn't say none of your business. >> martha and snoop there to discuss their new show, martha and snoop's pot luck dinner party, and anna there to promote her memoir. "scrappy little nobody." there are not two more people than i'd rather have dinner with than snoop and martha. that would be a good time. >> i just don't want snoop to make the dessert, and i'm good. >> you know, let martha do the entertaining, that's what she's good about. and snoop can maybe do his own entertaining. >> yes. >> he's good at that too. a cloud of smoke somewhere, and a good time had by all. >> imagine what a game of never have i ever sound like. it will be -- there's no ending this. she also mentioned as part of tmi she's gone to some nude beaches. >> oh, well, all right, ms. martha. i see you. coming up, t minus three
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♪ ♪ if you want my body and you think i'm sexy, come on sugar let me know ♪ >> this is my music as i come on set. >> that's why you unbuttoned the tie? >> it starts buttoned up, and next it's down to your belly button. >> sexy is the default for women on halloween. >> what about the guys? is it really possible to be spooky and sexy? >> i'm sure we'll find out. kenny lopez of the new orleans station tried on provocative duds and we should warn you, some of what you're about to see may be a bit much for young eyes or even some old ones. >> reporter: when it comes to halloween, we all know that women win in the sexy
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department. what about us guys? when can we be sexy? >> you can be. you can be a crawfish, show some leg. you can be a sexy chef. men can catch on, too. just hop in the second line. sexy men halloween costumes. this is a chef shirt and the chef hat. you say, but that's not sexy. i'm covered up. what do you wear on the bottom? these are about your size. >> what's cooking, baby? >> that's great. you're almost as hot. >> it's getting hot in this kitchen. >> our second costume is a pancake baby and they are demure, but this goes down the chest and topped off with a cute crown and icing on top? >> don't you want to find this baby in your king cake? yum. >> oh, baby. you look so sweet. the next costume is a sexy voodoo priest, bare it all and
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down to the bones. >> i'm going to put a spell on you. >> i never knew sexy and spooky could go together so well. our next costume's a sexy suit, play smooth tunes all night long. >> no longer kenny lopez, but i'm kenny g. >> you're looking smooth, daddy. ♪ >> out of all of the costumes kenny, this last one is our sexiest because what's hotter than a red hot freshly boiled crawfish. what makes a guy sexy at halloween, having the biggest claws at the bar. >> i'm going to pinch you. now that's sexy. >> thanks to wgno's kenny lopez there. is it thanks? >> thanks, kenny. i can't unsee that. you went as cupid? >> it was disturbing. >> i'm already disturbed. >> announcer: this is abc's "world news now," informing
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good morning, diane is off this morning. good morning, i'm mara schiavocampo, diane is off this morning. >> i'm kendis gibson. top stories this morning, panicked passengers on a boston train broke windows to escape after smoke filled the station. the cause of that was an overheated motor, but at the time, riders did not know what was happening. so what's happening with today's commute? full details ahead. and it's daylight now in central italy, revealing some of the damage after the area was hit by a series of powerful aftershocks. they were related to the august quake that killed nearly 300 people. one man died of a heart attack possibly related to the quake. no others had major injuries reported. newly released body cam shows the moment police end first encountered ahmad rahimi. the man accused of planting
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bombs in new york last month. the other part of the video is not being shown because it's considered part of the evidence. cubs fan under the age of 71 can say they've seen their team win a world series game. chicago beat cleveland in game two, and the series is even at a game a piece as it shifts to wrigley field tomorrow night. those are the top stories on this october 27th. >> announcer: from abc news, this is "world news now". >> history made there. >> celebrations. >> absolutely. >> interesting to see how it plays out. well, service has resumed on boston tea as the subway is known after a smoky scare. a car filling with smoke as passengers were forced to break windows to escape. >> the cause was an overheated motor, not terrorism, but riders did not know it at that time. our boston station spoke with some of the passengers. >> reporter: quarter to 5:00, the inbound orange line train leaving back bay station.
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>> an officer was patrolling the area and observed an electrical arc. >> reporter: overheated motor catches fire, triggering a trash fire. >> i smelled the brakes burning right away, and then it filled up with smoke. >> reporter: passenger video shows the chaos as smoke filled train cars and station. they took the video from inside one of the cars. >> it was stressful. it was pretty chaotic. honestly, it happened so fast. it was calm, and then next you know, there's smoke everywhere, and the doors didn't open. >> reporter: passengers breaking windows, helping each other. to climb out. tracy, a pastry chef, shows how she wrapped up her chef's knife to smash open a window. attached to the elbow like so, and like that. >> people naturally started to scream for help and tried to pry doors open, and they would not budge. >> reporter: at that moment, it was the right move. >> the motor manmade a conscious and proper decision not to open
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those doors because folks would have jumped out on to a live rail. >> reporter: eventually, everyone got out, no serious injuries. >> the fact it happened so quickly and effectively, and i'm going home, and i'm safe. >> reporter: tracy was one of three people including a police officer who were treated for smoke inhalllation and released. two others were transported to the hospital. mechanics are now taking a good look at the train to find out why the motor overheated and caught fire. abc news, boston. and turning to politics, michelle obama joins hillary clinton in north carolina today campaigning together for the first time. >> during her swing through florida, clinton took aim at donald trump for stepping away from the campaign trail for the grand opening of his hotel in washington, accusing him of using the very workers he's been threatening to kick out of the country.
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>> in opening that hotel, i think it's important to know that he, once again, relied on undocumented workers. the same people he's been insulting and demonizing throughout this campaign. so, like, with so much else that donald trump sayings, he says one thing and then he does something different. >> trump defended his decision to step away from the campaign at a critical time, saying he wanted to be there for his children who worked hard on the project. >> he made it to north carolina, and he denied hiring any illegal immigrants to build the hotel. >> nobody was -- we could have hired plenty. they are all over the place. they are all over the place, and i would have saved probably a lot of money, right? but i have the e-verify system. i did not hire one illegal immigrant to build trump international hotel on pennsylvania avenue. >> in an exclusive interview with a abc's george
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stephanopoulos, trump pointed out that his campaign schedule is much more rigorous than clinton's. >> i'm all over the place, but i can't take an hour to cut a ribbon at one the great hotels of the world? i think i'm entitled to it. she takes a stop because there's no energy, nothing going, one stop, and nobody complains about that. >> george stephanopoulos will have much more with his exclusive conversation with donald trump, his wife melania and his children later this morning on "good morning america." >> one more note, trump's star on the hollywood walk of fame has been destroyed. a man dressed as a construction worker smashed the star with a sledge hammer, and tried to remove it with a pick ax. the man reportedly said he wanted to auction the star and raise money on behalf of trump's accusers. the battle to reclaim mosul from isis militants is creating a new humanitarian crisis in the middle east. >> while isis fighters are holding some civilians at gunpoint to be used as human shields, others managed to
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escape, but as abc molly hunter explains, most face a dismal future. >> reporter: mohammed may never go home, fleeing from the village with his family, it was isis who told them to leave. [ speaking in foreign language ] >> reporter: in the mountain region northeast of mosul, the choice is clear, run or die. [ speaking in foreign language ] >> reporter: the kurdish forces escorted the family to safety.
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they arrived in a refugee camp that opened days ago, houses 6,000 people, and the family is one of just 42 families so far. more than 1 million people still live in mosul, and the u.n. predicts all could be displaced as the iraqi army fights to take back the country's second city. at another refugee camp, the u.n. is prepped for 30,000 people. there's so many little ones. aide agencies saying more than half a million children escape isis in northern iraq, but even once they reach the relative safety of a camp, no one wants to stay. and most refugees we've spoken to don't want to stay in the camps or abroad and if their countries recover, they want to go home. >> understandably.
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>> ten days into the offensive, are military boots ready? >> in short, no. the military warned for months, been aware for months, and warning of the consequences with more than 1 million people displaced in iraq, which is on top of the already 3.3 million people already displaced, and a lot of the people displaced multiple times, but aide organizations and the u.n. are overstretched right now, in the middle of a massive migration, and the biggest migration, and these people since world war ii, and the money is not coming in from donors, and they will be really, really troubled times ahead if something doesn't change. >> bad as this year has been for refugees, next year will be worse. >> a good reason to give to the organizations as the holidays approach. >> there's great organizations doing great work on the ground, unhcr, save the children, irc all really good work being done. >> good information. molly, great to have you here with us. we'll switch focuses back to the u.s. a storm system making its away
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across the northern half, bringing rain and snow with it. cooler weather is moving across the great lakes down into new york city's northern suburbs, and winter weather advisory in effect in the catskills and adirondacks with 6 inches of snow could fall in some parts. world series game two last night in cleveland. it was all about the chicago cubs. >> they had already a 2-0 lead in the 5th when they tacked on three more runs. cubs win this one 5-1, series tied at a game a piece, and game three tomorrow night in wrigleyville. let's go back to game one now, and in an exchange between a college student and his instructor. we start with the ohio university professor who contacted his students saying according to the attendance tracker you were not in class yesterday. october 25th. but when i took attendance at the end of class, your name was not present. can you explain this, or should i take it as a deceased, for which i have no tolerance?
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>> i did that all the time. the student said, my dad got us tickets for the world series in cleveland. i'm sorry, i didn't want to miss the attendance, and i did the homework. i understand if you have repercussions. attached is a picture of my brother and i at the game last night. >> the professor replied, that looks like a great excuse, no repercussions, go tribe. that's why he's called the best college professor ever. so understanding. >> very cool. coming up, a special edition of this happening -- >> kids of all ages love gadgets, but high-tech toys don't always come with a screen. we'll check on the latest. that's coming up. animal trainer mauled by a tiger in a show. that and more ahead on "world news now." ow." at and more ahead on "world news now." medicare options until 65. our now is a good time to get the ball rolling. medicare only covers about eighty percent of part b medical costs. the rest is up to you. that's where aarp medicare supplement insurance plans
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limo was hit by an alleged drunk driver. four young women were killed. they had been attending a bachelorette party. prosecutors say they'll appeal the decision. >> such a sad story. an animal trainer mauled by a giant tiger during a show in pensacola, florida. >> it happened in front of more than two dozen children who were on a field trip at the time. here is abc's steve osunsami. >> reporter: the pictures make your heart stop. the trainer at this florida fair lost footing in a cage with a tiger nearly twice her size. >> no. >> reporter: witnesses held their breath watching her fight the tiger with her firsts and a stick. she calls for help. >> david -- >> the animal clas her leg and dragged her across the cage like a dog. her partner and fee onsay beats the tiger as hard as he can, the
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whole scene horrifying parents who covered their children's eyes. >> turn around, so all five of my kids, turn around and walk. >> reporter: she needed surgery, but will lev to tell the story. >> it was not a vicious attack, never growled, just playing, we're playing, oh. >> reporter: it was a life and death situation, and many are upset that they kept beating the animal. >> they could have used a fogger. they could have used a fire extinguisher. >> reporter: activists call for a federal investigation into this circus. steve osunsami, abc news, atlanta. >> every time i see these stories, they are wild animals, there's risks associated with working with wild animals and doesn't make it them. >> absolutely. what a frightening ordeal. to see for those kids who were on a field trip watching this. >> that's a field trip they won't forget. >> no. coming up, keeping one step ahead of santa for all the christmas lists. >> diane will be along with some of this season's hottest tech toys. you're watching "world news now." >> announcer: "world news now" continues after this from our abc stations.
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♪ with the holidays quickly approaching, it is time to start a ♪ with the holidays quickly approaching, it is time to start thinking about that holiday shopping if you have not already, and what better to get the little ones than the latest and coolest electronic gadgets. joining us this morning to show us a few of this year's hottest tech toys is toy insider senior editor, marissa. hello. always great to have you on. thanks so much.
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>> thanks for having me. >> let's get into it. >> yes. >> first day of school? >> tech enhanced and educational, the leap start interactive learning system. with this, kids can snap in the books, touch anywhere with the stylist, and they are going to get great auditory responses. anywhere they touch, they get a great response, and they can have jokes told to them, read stories, hunt for letters, learn numbers, over 30 activities in each book and tons of books. to choose from. >> and they're all kind of progressive? >> absolutely. >> teaching and having fun. >> definitely. this is kids 2-7, wide age range. >> this looks like a cabbage patch doll. >> it is. this is the most realistic. cabbage patch doll ever. >> mine didn't look like that. >> this is cabbage patch kids baby so real. >> oh, well. >> there's led eyes that light up, blink, and tons of interactive features. you can tickle her toes to make her giggle, you can play peek-a-boo, tells you she loves you, and pat her back for a burp. that's the medicine, spoons, if
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she's sick, there's a bottle. tons of interactive play and app to download for more interactive fun. >> different than the cabbage patch i had. >> it's an upgrade. some ask for a puppy, but others ask for a pet chimp. >> oh. >> this is an interactive money monkey and he responds to kids' voice commands. he loves to dance and sing. he has a mind of his own, but you can tell him what to do. stand up. and there he goes. >> oh, wow. >> catch him before he runs off, but he does tricks, dances, has so much fun with kids. >> great way to keep them entertained. >> absolutely. on the floor, this is a cyclone 360, this is a super cool rc. easy to ride, and it goes forward and backwards like a
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regular rc, but you can spin the wheel and it does awesome 360 spins. it's got really cool led lights, and so it can totally spin around, and it's got really cool led lights to it to for a nice light up chassis as well. >> and who doesn't love a remote control car, even adults love that? >> exactly. >> battle bots. ready? this is the witch doctor and tombstone. this is based off the show, battle bots, of course, and we're going to fight to the death and see if we knock off each other's different points. point, shoot -- >> oh, no, mine's not playing. i think you rigged this. >> you know what -- >> remind me of -- >> anything to win. >> my sister did this to me as well. >> knock off each other armor. so much fun for kids. >> and they fall apart as you play. >> they do. pieces are magnetic, fall off easily, but easy to put back together for more fun. >> very cool. >> grabbing this tablet. >> i normally like to play with
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these kinds of toys but i'm not so good with them because i don't want to break them. >> this is a gaming drone with easy one-touch stunts. easy to fly. hit the takeoff button. there she goes, and you can even hit some spiral ups, and she'll go up, and then we can do an emergency landing if we have to. >> oh. >> yes. >> always good. >> super easy to fly, hit the buttons on the ipad or android device, and that's it. >> very, very fun. very fun. love this. >> yes. >> again, my fear with drones is i'm going to run into something, kill someone with it. it's always nice to see the emergency landing features. it's the easiest control. >> so, so easy. just one little button. >> array of ages. >> definitely, yes. >> big kids, little kids, everyone's covered. for more information on these and other hot tech toys, check out the toyinsider.com and our facebook page, wnnfans.com. great having you on, thanks so much. stay with us. we'll be right back. you're watching "world news
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same time. >> yes. you got to have nerves of steel for that one. >> yeah. moving on to a scary landing in the world's coolest and scariest airport landings. ending in st. martin. >> it's a popular thing. take a look at this. it's the dutch carrier, klm, no longer flying boeing 747s. so, in fact, you're looking at the second to last dramatic landing at the well-known beach. you hear people screaming, do it again. >> tomorrow will be the last day a klm 747 will land near the beach as future flights will be operated by an air bus 330 instead. >> still as thrilling, but not as big. this is a beach well known for aviation geeks like myself go there and right there on the beach, and the runway is just feet away from you. >> wow. learning so much about you. >> aviation geek. >> yeah. anyone interested in a good back rub? humans have back scratchers, but
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bears have the trees in the world, all of them. look at this chubby black bear -- >> chubby? full figured. >> curvacious black bear spotted in washington state doing that, scratching its back. >> the washington department of fish and wildlife posted this video on facebook adding, quote, this fat bear was just getting one last back scratching session in before going into hibernation for the winter. >> the bear is female, not pregnant, and getting ready for a good long nap. >> mentioning this bear's weight, and finally, we are fat shaming the bear. >> big boned. finally, a this happened unfortunately, for one guy. >> a squawking parrot is one wife's new best friend after ratting out her cheating husband chirping out flirty phrases the man never said to her. >> not only confirmed the wife's suspicions he was cheating with the maid, but almost landed him in jail.
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this morning on "world news now" -- fighting words in the battleground states. hillary clinton and donald trump trade jabs over illegal workers, while trump defends himself over criticism that he's wasting time as election day draws closer. plus, hear what he tells our george stephanopoulos in an exclusive interview. and in italy, aftershocks, more damage across the italian countryside left behind by strong earthquakes. residents have been dealing with damage from august's deadly quaks, and now they have new worries. then, the world series is all even after last night's soggy game two in cleveland. the cubs strike back and head home to wrigley with their series against the indians tied at one game a piece. then, don't leave this guy out in the cold. a penguin gets a special new suit. we'll have that story later on in "the mix." it is thursday, october 27th.
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>> announcer: from abc news, this is "world news now". >> hey, kendis. >> hey, welcome back. >> thank you very much. always good to be here with you. >> good to be with you. good thursday morning. the penguin got all dressed up for your appearance. >> i appreciate that. i appreciate the penguin, though. we begin the half hour with donald trump defending his decision to take a break from the campaign trail during this critical final sprint to election day. >> as you know, trump flew to washington, d.c. to cut the ribbon on the latest and newest hotel as the new poll shows him in a razor thin edge over hillary clinton in the crucial state of florida. >> hours later in north carolina, trump unveiled what he billed as a new deal for black america calling for tax incentives and new loans to help blighted neighborhoods. we have more now from stephanie ramos. >> reporter: donald trump is back in the battleground state of north carolina. >> in 13 days, we are going to win north carolina, and we are
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going to win back the white house. believe me. >> trump moving his team to north carolina after mixing business with the campaign in d.c. the entire trump crew in place to celebrate his new $200 million hotel, blocks from the white house. trump then shifting to the fox news feud between anchor megyn kelly and former house speaker and trump backer newt gingrich. gingrich told kelly she was fascinated with sex. when she tried to defend her coverage of trump's female accusers. >> by the way, congratulations, newt, on last night. that was an amazing interview. we don't play games, newt, right? >> reporter: and in an interview with abc's george stephanopoulos, trump defended taking time out to open his hotel, saying hillary clinton takes more time off. >> but i can't take one hour off to cut a ribbon at one of the great hotels of the world? i think i'm entitled to it. >> reporter: hillary clinton spending another day in florida campaigning while celebrating her 69th birthday.
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going after trump and urging supporters to vote early. >> now with 13 days left in this election, we cannot stop for a minute. no complacency here. donald trump said he could still win, and he's right. >> reporter: after just a couple days of early voting in florida, more than 2 million people already cast their ballot. stephanie ramos, abc news, washington. >> thanks to stefanie, and hillary clinton is bringing out the big guns in north carolina today. for the first time, she'll be campaigning side by side with first lady michelle obama. clinton pounced on trump yesterday saying he used overseas products and undocumented workers to build his new luxury hotel. trump denied the claims saying he didn't use any illegal immigrants for the project. we do have this reminder that george stephanopoulos will have much more on his exclusive conversation with donald trump, his wife melania and his children later this morning on "good morning america."
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senator ted cruz is raising the possibility of leaving the supreme court with a vacant seat if hillary clinton wins the election. cruz is suggesting that republicans may simply block anyone nominated by clinton to replace the late justice antonin scalia. john mccain made a similar statement a few weeks. so far the gop-led senate has refused to even hold hearings on president obama's nominee. a symbolic moment in the united nations for the first time in 25 years, the u.s. on stained from a vote criticizing its embargo with cuba. it follows president obama's restoration of full diplomatic relations with cuba and his support for lifting the embargo. when the vote tally was shown on the electronic board, diplomats burst into applause. two powerful earthquakes have shaken central italy, a region still reeling from a major quake in august. last night's quakes toppled buildings and sent frightened residents into the streets. no one seriously hurt, but one man reportedly died of a heart
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attack from the stress. early reports indicate that there was major structural damage in the town. the earthquake in august killed nearly 300 people. we'll have much more from italy in the next half hour. city officials in boston are demanding answers after a smoke-filled subway spread panic among riders in the evening commute. it's believed the smoke originated from an overheated motor. abc's linsey davis has more. >> reporter: a rush hour nightmare. cell phone video captures the panic inside boston's famous back bay station as smoke fills the air, passengers try to escape, breaking windows, diving out and video inside the subway car, and the system known locally as the tea, shows commuters cramming through the window to get out. >> i'm opening the door, calm down. >> reporter: some who escaped tried to break out windows to pull others to safety. officials say the train's motor overheated at 4:30 in the afternoon, likely causing the
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smoke. with the iconic station just a few hundred yards from where the marathon bombs went off, that city is still on edge. from the sky, helicopter footage shows firemen at the scene. ambulance, and first responders ready to treat those inside. it's an increasingly familiar scene these days as america's ageing subway systems continue to decline. early last year, a mechanical failure caused smoke in a different boston station leading to panic. both incidents in boston come on the heels of the d.c. metro incident where smoke filled a car, sending more than 80 people to the hospital and killing one. three people were transported to the hospital. it's not clear at this time if the age of the line was a factor. we do know that it was in service at some point in the '70s, and that's something they will be looking into. linsey davis, abc news, new york. california man charged with shooting two police officers to death will face the death penalty. investigators say officers were responding to a domestic violence call in palm springs
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earlier this month when john felix opened fire through a screened door. officer gill vega was just months from retirement and officer leslie was a rookie just returning from maternity leave. in california, two people under arrest accused of shooting at a police car during a civilian ride-along. the bullets missed the civilian, but she was injured by shattering glass, and now she's speaking out about that terrifying experience. here's abc's lauren lyster. >> you okay? >> my face. >> reporter: she's the woman heard crying inside the patrol car on a civilian ride along to learn more about police work when this intense moment in california was caught on camera. >> shots fired! >> i didn't know how to react. i was thinking about my kids.
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i thought i was going to get shot. >> 29-year-old jessica valencia, mother of two, in the car when the officer she was with tries pulling over this mazda. but instead of yielding, the two people in the suv opened fire and two bullets pass between the officer and valencia, missing them both. >> i see the bullet in the front, hitting so close. nobody would survive something like that. >> reporter: authorities say suspects fired 14 times with this ar-15 pistol before getting away. their motive? not wanting to be stopped. now valencia living to tell the tale, recovering from minor cuts, said it was the first and last ride along, and police very close to making good on this earlier promise. >> we will have people in custody before the week is out. >> reporter: authorities now say
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two of three suspects, both alleged gang members, were caught and will be charged with attempted homicide. police in that city now revisiting their ride-along policy. lauren lyster, abc news, los angeles. samsung took a serious hit following the recall of the note 7 phones that can catch fire. net profit fell by nearly 17% in the third quarter with the biggest losses in the company's cell phone business. the company decided to discontinue the flag ship phone. it took 71 years, but the cubs have finally won a world series game. >> yes. nearly 26,000 days, by the way, after their last fall classic -- >> who's counting? >> who's counting? these guys are. the cubs beat cleveland in game two. the 5-1 victory evens the series, a game a piece. driving in two runs you saw one there, and pitcher jake arrieta didn't allow a hit until the sixth inning.
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friday night first world series game since october 10th, 1945. >> if the series returns to cleveland next week, the indians will have an army of new little fans waiting. >> yes, they will. look at this. this is some of the newborns at the cleveland clinic. the hospital outfits them with special indians onesies, a word on the front saying world series baby rally together. >> it's a sports story, but it's triggering my ovaries. stop playing the video for her, please. >> do you want another one? >> listen, this is a big debate at home. i would love a million children. i want the woman in the shoe. unfortunately, it takes two, and we're not in agreement. tbd. >> we'll talk with him. tmi? >> yes, no. coming up, emojis, smiley face emojis, they're all over the place. the question is, do they actually qualify as art? the answer, according to some, is up ahead in "the mix." but first, a moment we
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haven't seen until now when police first encountered the man now charged for leaving bombs in the new york city area. hear what they said to each other straight ahead. also, check out our behind the scenes picks on instagram. we'll take some during the break. abcwnn. you're watching "world news now." break. abcwnn. you're watching "world news now." you're watching "world news now." that cough doesn't sound so good. well i think you sound great. move over. easy booger man. take mucinex dm. it'll take care of your cough. fine! i'll text you in 4 hours
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three fights that broke out around the same time inside the cook county jail. two correctional officers and 20 inmates injured as a result of this. investigators are trying to figure out whether tuesday's fights were coordinated by inmates. and we're getting our first look at another piece of video of the new york city bombing suspect just before he was arrested. >> yes. so the images are coming from a police body cam, and they show rahami sleeping outside a neighborhood bar in new jersey moments before he would open fire on those police officers. here's abc's linzie janis. >> reporter: police body cam video capturing new jersey officers responding to a call about someone sleeping in a doorway. >> sir, you can't be sleeping on somebody's door. >> reporter: after calling out to the man, they get out of the car to investigate. >> what's your name? mohammed. >> what's your last name? >> reporter: that's only part of his name. the man is bombing suspect
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ahmad khan rahimi. >> where do you live? >> i'm homeless. >> reporter: the officer continues to question rahimi, and then they radio other units. >> any other units can head this way. >> reporter: that's where the portion of the body cam video obtained by abc news ends. >> shots fired. shots fired. >> reporter: bystanders capture what happens next. a shootout. rahimi then attempting to get away, bomb in hand. >> that's the bomb suspect right there. look at him. >> reporter: the next time you see him, he's surrounded by law enforcement. rahimi shot seven times, taken to the hospital. two officers injured in the fire fight. police tell us the rest of the body cam footage is now evidence in the case against rahimi. rahimi has pleaded not to guilty to multiple charges. linzie janis, abc news, new york. >> he's actually facing some seven charges in connection with the incidents in new jersey and new york, including one of
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federal charges of using weapon of mass destruction. he hasn't pleaded to that one just yet. >> it's very important to get someone like that into custody to get information from them and shows effectiveness of using non-lethal techniques to bring suspects in. >> needs to be used more often. coming up, why a pilot was escorted off a plane by police moments before takeoff. what prompted a tsa officer to call the cops, forcing a delta jet liner to be delayed for hours. and what we're learning now about this incident this morning. first, just ahead of the busy holiday shopping and travel season, getting smart about keeping your home safe from intruders. can your doors pass the bump key test? you're watching "world news now." >> announcer: "world news
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all right. that song makes sense in a second. according to the fbi, a home burglary occurs somewhere in this country every 13 seconds. despite violent crime going down, property crime is on the rise. >> thieves are getting smarter than ever before. often armed looking for vulnerabilities in your home you have never thought of. here is abc's paula faris. >> reporter: it's a chilling home invasion caught on video in florida. children are fast asleep on couches, a burglar calmly walking around scouting for things to steal. eventually taking a child's cell phone. his accomplice and lookout armed with a gun at the door. in austin, a brazen home
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invasion caught on camera, a college student beat and robbed at gunpoint, all while his girlfriend watched in horror on facetime. >> they were going to blow my head off if i was not quiet. >> reporter: man allegedly attacking a woman. >> i woke up to him with his hand on my mouth and nose and strangling me with the other hand. >> reporter: according to the fbi, there were a million home burglaries last year. we've shown you the many ways potential thieves could break into your home. there's a wakeup test for one homeowner looking for easy entries people overlook. >> there was a ladder in the garage that i was going to use to get into the house. >> reporter: a ladder and high-tech help was all he needed. >> i took a gps, put it on the car, and so this way i can track her. >> reporter: the former
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detective showed us how easily thieves can use bump keys to get into a home. >> so these are bump keys we just ordered online. cost us 50 bucks for this whole set. >> there we go. >> usually used by lock smiths, these keys mimic the action of real keys. since our experiment, these homeowners switched to bump proof locks. in the last check, this detective reminds gio and homeowners about the obvious. >> securing low basement window, and putting old cell phones to good use. >> what we recommend is an outdated old cell phone, which still can get 911. >> paula faris, abc news, new york. we learned more tips that you can use if you're away from home. turn off your garage door opener at this time and also keep your car alarm near your bed while you're sleeping at night because you can turn on the alarm and that can help
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trigger the thief to go away. >> that's a good idea. >> i'm a fan of having someone house sit for you. >> assuming they leave. >> yeah, got to go. >> assuming they leave. >> yeah, got to go.
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when just one mucinex lasts 12 hours? start the relief. ditch the misery. let's end this. ♪ all right. time now for "the mix." >> absolutely. >> here's a question. do you think emojis are art? >> yeah. especially like, that one, that's cool. >> m.o.m.a. would agree with you. they have now acquired all of the original emojis. it's 176. these were created by the japanese in 1999. they were released to japanese cell phone users to communicate their emotions over text message. they are really super tiny. these were 12 by 12 pixels, but not that i know what those mean. now, of course, they evolved, and now there's kimoji and so
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many more. they were created as a way to insert emotions into an impersonal way of communicating. >> i had no idea the emojis had been around that long. >> you would have to be a really early adapter in the '90s. >> i just started this year. this cute scene here of a penguin getting all dressed up. you think they are already dressed up, but they are not all in good shape. feather loss is a common thing, so the folks at seaworld, they found this special costume there, they constructed a wet suit so that she can stay warm, particularly when swimming in water. >> could they not make it a little more fashionable. >> the other penguins are literally wearing god-given tuxedos. >> this one is being judged a little bit by the others. i'm wearing hugo boss who are you wearing? >> exactly. it's a good look. it's evolving. all right, speaking of appropriate attire, what do you
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think you should be wearing if you're going to go ride a mechanical bull? >> wow. >> probably not your church clothes? and one man thought he was going to wear church clothes, and he was going to church or on the way back from church, he was a professional, from hampton, virginia, and he decided to have a quick ride while i'm all dressed up. >> that's not riding. he's full on -- he looks like river dancing up there. >> a surfer. needs an emoji for this guy. >> impressive. >> mechanical bull emoji. >> i can't ride a bull sitting on it. much less what he's doing. >> you tried? >> i have. not good at it. there is one restaurant in queens, burger king, that has won halloween already. take a look. they put a tarp over the restaurant itself making it seem as if it was a mcdonalds. underneath, it's a burger king. people went in, bought different sandwiches that said mcdonald's.
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this morning on "world news this morning on "world news now," italy on alert because of damaging new earthquakes and dozens of aftershocks. buildings crumbling and rocks falling into the streets, slowing aide workers as they move into the quake zone. new details as daylight reveals the damage straight ahead. 12 days to go in the race for the white house. hillary clinton hitting donald trump hard in a visit to florida. trump with tough words of his own about what should be done to fight isis. that's just part of his exclusive interview. with our george stephanopoulos. new this half hour, living to tell the tale, a surfer speaking out about the moment he was attacked by a shark. what he did to fight it off and how others helped save his life.
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a big surprise from american olympic legend, michael phelps, something we never knew about him while he was swimming and winning gold at the games in rio. that's ahead on "the skinny" on this thursday, october 27th. >> announcer: from abc news, this is "world news now". good morning, everyone. i'm mara schiavocampo in for diane this morning. >> i'm kendis. we're starting this half hour starting overseas, and the damage from two earthquakes that rocked central italy. take a look. they were powerful enough that destroy buildings, sending debris into the streets. >> many residents sleeping outside fearing more quakes. the worst hit area appears to be the town where the church suffered major damage. >> aftershocks follow a quake back in august leaving nearly 300 people dead. abc's jennifer eccleston reports from italy. >> reporter: churches crumbled in central italy and terrified residents ran into the streets as multiple earthquakes struck
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just after night fall. the first quake, 5.5 magnitude, and then just two hours later, a more powerful 6.1 magnitude aftershock. centuries old buildings with holes punched straight through, huge boulders blocked roads, slowing search and rescue teams elderly residents going street by street. the major of the town calling the situation apocalyptic. the tremors striking the country just two months after a powerful 6.2 earthquake in the same region killed nearly 300 people. we felt it in rome. some 60 miles away. right now, darkness and heavy rains are hampering rescue efforts. jennifer eccleston, abc news, rome. >> now, the only casualty from that quake so far was a 73-year-old man who died of a heart attack apparently brought on by stress. turning to the race for the white house, both candidates scrambling to sway voters in those battleground states. >> trump detoured to washington
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for the grand opening of his new luxury hotel, and numbers from florida show he's two points ahead of hillary clinton. a statistical dead heat. nationally, clinton is still leading. abc's cecilia vega is on the campaign trail. >> reporter: hillary clinton is the one lobbying attacks against her opponent being off the campaign trail. >> donald trump is taking time off the campaign trail to officially open the hotel. >> reporter: clinton on a florida blitz counting down the days -- >> you know, with 13 days left in the election, we cannot stop for a minute. no complacency here. >> reporter: donald trump calling florida a must-win, and that new poll showing just how tight the race here is, clinton now leaving nothing to chance. after three days of early voting, more than 2 million people casting ballots. that's up 10% from 2012. so far, republicans and
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democrats heading to the polls in even numbers. clinton's team says more latinos than ever are turning out. a good sign for them. team trump pointing to long lines as proof of their strength. this is a line of people just waiting to vote here in palm beach county, stretching down the side of this library. clinton also took a break from campaigning to attend that adele concert, a birthday gift to herself, plus, this gift from the singer on stage. >> don't vote for him. that's what i say. i support hillary clinton. >> reporter: on her 69th birthday, aides surprising her with a cake, and supporters in florida breaking into song. and the clinton strategy now to hold their final few rallies near polling places so when the events are over, they encourage
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supporters to vote to lock the votes in early. cecilia vega, abc news, miami. >> one more note from the campaign trail. the muslim-american gold star dad who found himself in the center of a public feud with donald trump is now campaigning for clinton, speaking in virginia, khizr khan accused trump of peddling hate, slamming trump as un-american and unfit to lead the military. >> trump continues to insist that he knows more than the country's military leaders. >> yeah. the republican nominee headed straight to north carolina last night where he unveiled a so-called new deal for african-americans designed to revamp struggling communities, and earlier he sat down for an exclusive interview with abc's george stephanopoulos, boldly criticizing the operation in mosul. >> let's talk about mosul. you sent out a tweet that the operation was a total disaster. the defense secretary says they are making progress, encouraged by the progress. former dean of the army war college says this shows trump doesn't know a damn thing about military strategy.
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>> the army of war college, let me tell you, the element of surprise. i've heard about mosul for three months. we're going to attack, meaning iraq is going to attack, but with us. why do they talk about it? don't talk about it. element of surprise. one of the reasons they wanted mosul, they wanted to get the isis leaders they thought were in mosul. those people all left. as soon as they heard they were going to be attacked, they left. the resistance is -- >> 35 have been taken out. >> the resistance is greater now because they knew about the attack. why can't they win first and talk later. why do they have to say three months before the attack that you're going in. you can tell your military expert that i'll set sit down and teach him a couple things. >> one military experts show he doesn't know a thing about military strategy. we'll have more about the interview and discussion with trump and hear more from the family coming up later on "good morning america." an update now on the
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national guard soldiers who are being told to repay thousands of dollars in bonuses. defense secretary ash carter has ordered repayment efforts be suspended. carter says not all soldiers given the bonuses knew they weren't supposed to get them. they are looking for a long term solution. a surfer who nearly lost his leg to a shark is opening up about his frightening ordeal. joseph tanner was straddling his surf board off the coast of oregon this month waiting for that perfect wave. that's when he says something grabbed his leg and pulled him under. >> i remember being underwater and seeing the gills, but i don't know how far underwater i was. again, i just literally saw this much of the shark, and it was really hard and the skin was super rough, like grainiest sand paper in existence. >> wow. tanner broke free by punching the shark in the gills. good for him. he's recovering from a bite measuring 26 inches from the upper thigh to his ankle and six
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inches deep. the good news is after physical therapy, he's back on the board. we wish him a prompt recovery. >> all in tact, very fortunate there. just in time for deer hunting season. arby's serving up something you've never seen in a fast food restaurant before. venison. >> indeed. i never have. the new venison sandwich will be made from 100% free range grass fed deer meat served with onions and berry sauce. >> served at 17 arby's and six deer hunting states from halloween to november 27. >> there is a catch. the sandwich will only be available for three days at each location and will not be there during any of those three days. plan your venison fix accordingly. i'm going to skip that one. >> plan your vacation, get it down to a certain time, a few days. >> not really into venison. some are not reacting to the news very well.
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for example, this deer. why would he? in northwest, indiana, making his own protest when it slammed through a window, like, i got your venison. >> the restaurant owner dodged the deer while it scrambled around. this happened at breakfast. monday morning. the deer did not end up on the menu, thankfully, it escaped through another window and it must have known about arby's. >> yeah. not having it. this is all for my deer brothers and sisters. that's what it said when it crashed. >> my deer brother and sisters. >> get it? >> all right. coming up in "the skinny," martha stewart and snoop dogg. that's right. more than you ever thought you would hear from them. >> little tmi. >> a wing suit trip in the alps, and this one did not end well. and a pilot going through preflight checks in the cockpit until being pulled off the plane. the dangerous reason why. that's coming up. first a look at today's forecast. snow in northern new england and new york.
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hang tight looking at this high flying stunt that went incredibly wrong. eric dos-santos, an active duty serviceman from san diego wearing a wing suit soaring at more than 90 miles an hour. >> wow. >> yeah. flying just above the tree tops crashing into a tree. suffered a head injury, a broken bones as well, and friends started a go fund me account to
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help pay for his medical bills. >> poor guy. little adventure gone wrong. hopefully he'll be back up in the trees -- no in the air in no time. >> yeah. police in south dakota may have prevented what could have been another mid-air disaster. this one much more serious. >> a commercial pilot arrested, taken into custody in the cockpit of a passenger plane moments before takeoff. >> authorities say he was too drunk to fly. here's abc's david crurly. >> reporter: the regional delta jet liner took off hours late after the arrest of that pilot. the tsa officer noticed the smell of alcohol and notified rapid city police. the 38-year-old was in the cockpit for the 8:30 a.m. flight when police boarded, taking him into custody, but so far police have not released his blood alcohol level. the 45 delayed passengers -- >> i'm perturbed just for the absolute ignorance of one person could have messed up a lot of
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people's lives. >> reporter: finally headed to salt lake city when a replacement pilot took over the jet. sky west operating the delta jet apologized, adding the crew member has been replaced on administrative leave and removed from flying duties while the incident is investigated. pilots face a stricter standard of blood alcohol level of .04 being illegal. still, as we've seen, like this incident on a tarmac, on average, once a month, a pilot is arrested. potentially facing federal charges. like former jetblue pilot, dennis murphy. >> did you put 270 passengers at risk? >> no comment. >> reporter: wednesday's incident, the pilot was in the cockpit taking part in the pre-flight check when police arrived. he's now facing operating an aircraft under the influence charges. david kerley, abc news, washington. all right. when we come back, what we're just finding out this morning about michael phelps. and ben affleck goes full boston. boston. >> sorry. okay. >> special election message "the skinny" is coming up next. >> announcer: "world news now" continues after this from our abc stations.
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♪ skinny, so skinny we start "the skinny" with breaking celebrity wedding news. >> it's actually old news. >> but -- >> not like the weekend? >> but -- >> breaking to us. old news in that we're learning. olympic gold medalist michael
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phelps quietly tied the knot with former miss california usa nicole johnson. >> but the wedding happened on june 13th in paradise valley in arizona. >> the couple announced engagement last year in february. welcomed their son, boomer, this may, and a few months later, johnson and boomer were in rio to cheer dad on at the olympics. >> the announcers talked about the fiance in the stands cheering him on, but what we heard about the wedding because "people" magazine got a copy of their marriage record. >> even in today's social media age, it is possible to keep a big secret. even a really big one. congratulations to the two of them. good for them for not parading it in front of world. >> yes, i do feel gypped though. speaking of wedding parading, kim kardashian emerged from seclusion three weeks after the robbery in paris forced her
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behind closed doors putting the show on hold. >> a spokesperson from e news that full production of "keeping up with the kardashians" has resumed. >> thank god. >> really? >> we can all breathe a sigh of relief. >> kardashians, she's been radio silent on social media since the $11 million jewelry heist in her paris hotel at gun point. >> the family says she's badly shaken up, no suspects arrested, and an investigation is ongoing. i actually do love the show. it's my guilty pleasure. >> i do too. >> oh, yeah right. >> i dvr it all the time. >> go ahead. i'm going to leave that one alone. two weeks to go before the presidential election, ben affleck is urging new hampshire residents to get out and vote. >> it's a new funny or die video the two-tom oscar winner went full new england in a beard, flannel and a vest and boston accent to urge voters to live free or die state. >> seeing how this election is a bigger disaster than the new york knicks, the people of new hampshire have to register to vote, otherwise this whole [ bleep ] nation will be cursed. >> oh.
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i don't talk about curses -- don't put the word curse in the teleprompter. take that [ bleep ] out. it's supposed to be funny. there's jokes and there's curses. >> don't joke about curses. >> that's what some fans of batman said he did to the franchise. >> oh. >> because he's from boston, new hampshire is his kid brother. finally, never have i ever seen in addition so funny on ellen. >> with a anna kendrick, snoop dog and mar thal stewart on the couch, ellen played a round of never have i ever -- >> i know nothing about the game. the third question, never have i ever sexted, and here's what happened? >> martha, you sexted? do you know what that is? >> i have used technology for a lot longer than you have, ellen. >> all right. to who?
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someone current or awhile ago. >> it doesn't say none of your business. >> martha and snoop there to discuss their new show, martha and snoop's pot luck dinner party, and anna there to promote her memoir. "scrappy little nobody." there are not two more people than i'd rather have dinner with than snoop and martha. that would be a good time. >> i just don't want snoop to make the dessert, and i'm good. >> you know, let martha do the entertaining, that's what she's good about. and snoop can maybe do his own entertaining. >> yes. >> he's good at that too. a cloud of smoke somewhere, and a good time had by all. >> imagine what a game of never have i ever sound like. it will be -- there's no ending this. she also mentioned as part of tmi she's gone to some nude beaches. >> oh, well, all right, ms. martha. i see you. coming up, t minus three days until halloween, the clock
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♪ ♪ ♪ if you want my body and you think i'm sexy, come on sugar let me know ♪ >> this is actually my hype music as i come on set. >> that's why you unbuttoned the tie? >> it starts buttoned up, and next it's down to your belly button. >> sexy is the default for women on halloween. >> what about the guys? is it really possible to be spooky and sexy? >> i'm sure we'll find out. kenny lopez of the new orleans station tried on provocative duds and we should warn you, some of what you're about to see may be a bit much for young eyes or even some old ones. >> reporter: when it comes to
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halloween, we all know that women win in the sexy department. what about us guys? when can we be sexy? >> you can be. you can be a crawfish, show some leg. you can be a sexy chef. men can catch on, too. just hop in the second line. sexy men halloween costumes. this is a chef shirt and the chef hat. you say, but that's not sexy. i'm covered up. what do you wear on the bottom? these are about your size. >> what's cooking, baby? >> that's great. you're almost as hot. >> it's getting hot in this kitchen. >> our second costume is a king cake baby. they are usually demure, but this goes down the chest and topped off with a cute crown and icing on top. >> don't you want to find this baby in your king cake? yum. >> oh, baby. you look so sweet. the next costume is a sexy voodoo priest, bare it all and down to the bones.
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>> i'm going to put a spell on you. >> i never knew sexy and spooky could go together so well. our next costume's a sexy suit, play smooth tunes all night long. >> no longer kenny lopez, but i'm kenny g. >> you're looking smooth, daddy-o. ♪ >> out of all of the costumes kenny, this last one is our sexiest because what's hotter than a red hot freshly boiled crawfish. what makes a guy sexy at halloween, having the biggest claws at the bar. >> i'm going to pinch you. now that's sexy. >> thanks to wgno's kenny lopez there. is it thanks? >> thanks, kenny. i can't unsee that. you went as cupid? >> it was disturbing. >> i'm already disturbed. >> announcer: this is abc's "world news now," informing
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making news in america this morning, donald trump one-on-one. taking on hillary clinton and the war against isis in an abc news exclusive. >> so you can tell your military expert that i'll sit down and i'll teach him a couple of things. >> and trump's walk of fame star defaced beyond recognition. widespread damage from only two powerful earthquakes in italy. buildings crumbling not far from the deadly quake two months ago. this morning, the daylight showing the destruction. breaking out the winter gear. the first trace of snow for millions of americans. the weather system now on the move. and the cubs even the score dominating game two of the world series as the teams head to chicago. plus, the indians fan who

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